Ten people have a shot at being the "Face of Vegas", but before they are
awarded the title, they have to be put through the watchful eyes of our panel of
esteemed beauticians. What they don't know is that their every move is watched
and tested, as JD found out the hard way last time. Now nine bimbos and himbos
remain in the spotlight, but for how long?
Everyone's hair is fake, by the way. Speaking of... David returns to the
house, and everyone is in shock.
The next day, Amy learns how to use an iron for the first time, thinking that
the steam rising out of it is smoke. No, that's steam. Meanwhile, Regina talks
to everyone about everything, while Liz bows out of happy group time at the
pool. No one thinks that she's a likable person. Is the plan on to get Liz out
of the house?
More on that later, right now, it's to the war room, where Vanessa briefs
Carson and Beth on the happenings of the week: learning tricks for a magic show.
They think they're competing to be an assistant, but they're about to be judged
on their ability to keep a secret.
Challenge #1: The Secret.
Penn & Teller will work with the beauties, then
head to a press conference to talk about their experiences. Penn & Teller will
teach a magic trick, and they'll have to perform it. It's the old "disappearing
hanky" trick, if you're taking score at home. The winner will perform in front
of a sold-out crowd tonight AND will be safe from the bottom two. Penn & Teller
will only judge the ability to pull off the trick. The hidden challenge aspect
will come later.
Also a part of the act: a fake thumb (where the
hanky goes) and a trance. The same effect could be gained by watching this show.
Best trick: Amy. Worst: Michael.
NOW to meet the reporters. They think that this
is a regular People magazine interview with a regular People magazine reporter.
It's actually a set up... with a regular People magazine reporter... who's in on
the joke. Remember: Penn asked the contestants to keep the trick strictly under
Liz: EPIC FAIL
Penn & Teller return with the win from the
challenge... Taylor did not have the set-up. David wouldn't have fooled an
audience. Michael wasn't that deceptive. Regina had the fake thumb laying on the
table as Penn & Teller walked in. Erika was great, Craig was great, Michelle was
great, Liz was good... Amy was the BEST of the lot. SHE wins.
In the bottom two... Regina, who fell right on
the landmine for all to see, and Michael. Both are headed to the Final Face-Off.
Michael thinks that Regina is spoiled. "DADDY,
COME AND GET ME, BLAH BLAH." Regina says that she deserves to be here. David
wants Michael to go home, while Regina... just keeps going and going and
Enough of that, let's watch a show. The trick
involves levitation. How it's done? I'll never tell. Heh.
In the Spy Room, the judges deliberate. They
passed this week's hidden challenges, so they'll have to go based on how each
player performed when NOT in game mode. The worst thing about Michael: he stole
an item last week. Regina, on the other hand, is very very catty. This helps
absolutely not one bit.
THE LAST STRAW: Friends Don't Let Friends...
In the lobby of the hotel, we've planted an actor
who will act visibly drunk with a fiver of beer. He'll try to drive off with the
keys from the valet (also in on the joke)... Regina's the first to point out the
beer in his hand. Michael... we'll get to that.
Back to the Hall of Beauty 2.0, we have the Final
Face-Off. Michael says he's not here for 15 minutes. Regina says... oh, what
DOESN'T she say at this point. The judges have made a decision...
Regina... is SAFE. Michael must now face the
music, own up to his actions - whatever they may be - and accept the
consequences. And at the end of the day, Michael let the drunkard drive, and now
Michael's left to take the walk of shame on home.
And then there were eight still riding the high
of a lifetime. Who'll bust out next week? Stay tuned.
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